At 08:48 AM 2/9/2008, Alvaro Herrera wrote:
>Joshua D. Drake escribió:
> > Richard Broersma Jr wrote:
> >> I personally wouldn't even mind having a PG polo that has 3rd part
> >> vendor logos on the sleeves if that would help make PG polo shirts
> >> available.
> > O.k., o.k. :) I will look into costs.
>Hmm, did this go anywhere? I still look for the shiny new Pg polos on
>the mail every day, only to be disappointed.
How about have velcro pads on the sleeves so that
you can change the vendor logos whenever
necessary, while keeping the base Postgresql?
So you can walk into some place with an IBM bunch
in the morning, then in the afternoon you can go
with a Red Hat team to another place, without
having to change your polo shirt in between :).
After all that "consulting", you might wish to
burn the used shirt and get a new shirt to wear the next day...
 Or recycle it responsibly.
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